Raw Apricot Kernels B17 Rich (Powder)

Raw Apricot Kernels B17 Rich (Powder)
Recommended for:

– Memory problems (Alzheimer)

– Gallstones

– Bacteria and infections

– Constipation

– Anemia

– Digestive system

– Bowel

– Ocular system

– Asthenia

– Weakened immunity

– Calcium, iron and magnesium deficiency

– it is a vegan and vegetarian product

– it does not contain gluten

– it isn’t genetically modified

– it is the only food with high content of vitamin B17

– it represents an abundant source of proteins, fibers, iron, zinc, potassium, phosphorus andmagnesium

– it is easily assimilated (without any dental pain)


Dr. Ernest Krebs, a renowned biochemist, isolated a new vitamin in 1950, and called it vitamin B17, also known as amygdalin (or laetrile). The bitter taste of apricot kernels is due to a compound found in seeds, known as B17. B17 is a substance found naturally in over 1200 different foods, including the seeds of fruits, such as apricots, plums, cherriws, oranges, nectarines, apples, peaches and raw nuts.

A balanced diet is essential for a healthy living. Few of us consume enough vitamins and minerals from the foods we eat. Dietary supplements are needed for optimal functioning of the body. B17 is just one of many nutrients that our body needs.

Apricot seeds represent the most abundant natural source of vitamin B17. Of all the foods that contain B17, it was demonstrated that apricot seeds contain the highest amount of vitamin B17 and in addition, it also contains vitamin B15 and natural enzymes.

Vitamin B17 fights a multitude of conditions and it is an aidin the fight against a diversity of infections and bacteria, by improving the recovery of diseased tissue. It represents an extraordinary tonic for internal organs (liver and heart) and improves vision.

Apricot seeds also contain cellulose and pectin, which can be used for treating mild constipations, favoring the intestinal transit. Iron is an important compound present in these seeds, which favors the production of hemoglobin and oxygen transport.

Several studies done in the United States of America, indicate that the core of these fruits are among the most powerful and effective foods for stopping and even reversing the aging process.


– treats high blood pressure

– stimulates the immune system

– helps memory related conditions (Alzheimer)

– relieves respiratory conditions (asthma, bronchitis, chronic cough)

– eases stomach complaints

– represents a good adjuvant for gallstones

– relieves pain caused by arthritis

– designated/indicated for adults suffering from poli-hypovitaminosis, asthenia, and deficiency of calcium, iron and magnesium

– maintains biological youth/vitality

– laxative effect

Recommended dosage:

Internal use:

Adults: 3-5 teaspoons per day

Children: ½ – 1 teaspoons per day

Recommended dose: 10 grams in 10 day regimen/cycles

It is used in diets or delicate dishes such as salads, sauces or yogurt.

Ideal for athletes, vegetarians, vegans and Paleolithic diet.


Apricot seeds(Prunus armeniaca)(powder)………………………….…..400 g

Nutrition Facts/100g

Calories: 241 kcal

Proteins: 3.4 g

Fat: 0.5 g

Carbohydrates: 62.6 g

Fiber: 7.3g

Presentation: 400 g


Due to the high content of cyanide compounds that are not beneficial to health, it can be toxic if it is administered in large doses, therefore it is not recommended the consumption of large quantities of apricot kernels powder!

Conditions of storage:

The shelf life of apricot seeds at the room temperature is four months, but if they are kept in a cool and dry place, the shelf life is about a year.